Francois Legault shoots singer Emile Belloudoux, due to his opposition to the law of secularism.
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The singer-songwriter was visiting the Palais des Congrès earlier today to entertain Quebecers being vaccinated. Emile Bellaudeau played the role near the waiting list for a vaccination clinic that the CIUSSS du Center Sud de l’Île de Montréal had set up to encourage young people 25 years of age or over to get vaccinated.
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The opening of the COVID-19 vaccination at the Palais des Congrès in Montreal, during the third wave of the COVID-19 epidemic, on Thursday, May 13, 2021. In this photo: Singer Emile Belloudou sings in the midst of an inoculation. JOL LEMAY / QMI AGENCY
The prime minister, who was at a press conference Thursday morning to present details of his reform project, Law 101, was asked in particular about ways to sell it to young people.
“Are you planning to do, among other things like vaccines this morning, invite Emile Belludu to talk to them about your reforms, How would you like to attract them?” A reporter fired.
Smiling Francois Legault replied, “Maybe you would take someone who supports Law 21 (on secularism) to start.” He continued, “Not seriously,” before clarifying his vision of persuading young people to protect the French language.
Remember, artist Emile Belludu sparked a lot of backlash last year for wearing an anti-Law No. 21 badge during the National Day parade.
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